Living Shores Aquarium in New Hampshire Is Open for the 2021 Season
What a cool place this looks like!
If you are looking for a great place to bring your kids for the Summer, consider putting the Living Shore Aquarium at Story Land in Glen, NH on your list. Right now, they are only open Saturday and Sunday.
Living Shores Aquarium is NH's First Aquarium
From their website, check out the description:
Living Shores Aquarium, located at Story Land in Glen, NH is an indoor walk through adventure that allows the whole family to discover the wonders of the ocean year round. The aquarium includes over 32,000 sq. ft. of interactive tide pools, exhibits, and immersive activities. See otters, touch sting rays, interact with tropical birds and so much more. Guests can learn about the widespread oceans and native New England Lakes in a fun, interactive environment. The aquarium experience also includes a digital sandbox where kids can dig and discover marine life living on New England’s beaches and a drawing station where they can bring their own sea creatures to life and see how they move through the ocean in their habitat.
How much are tickets?
Tickets are $19.99 per person, kids ages 1 & 2 are free and Seniors get a discount ticket of $16.99.
Is There Food There?
Yes, they have a pasta place! Perfect for the family!
They are Looking For Employees!
The Living Shores Aquarium is such a cool place and if you want to work there, you might have the opportunity. Just click here for more information.
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